Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Match Game 1973-82 Series Recurring Participants: Where are They Now?



Info derived from the imdb. Only performers confirmed in 6+ episodes noted (information on this series not complete). Only roles 2012-on noted by name. All listed were players unless noted.

Gene Rayburn (Host): died in 1999.
Johnny Olson (Announcer): died in 1985.
Brett Somers: died in 2007.
Richard Dawson: died in 2012.
Charles Nelson Reilly: died in 2007.
Fannie Flagg: last known acting role in 1999, as Self in 2010.
Gary Burghoff: last known acting role in 2010, as Self in 2010.
Joyce Bulifant: last known acting role in 2010 but Tooken (2015) completed.
Betty White: in Hot in Cleveland (126 episodes 2010-2015, 2 2013-2014 as Self), Betty White's Off Their Rockers (1 episode 2014, 34 2012-2014 as Producer, 21 2012-2014 as Self), The Soul Man (1 episode 2014), WWE Monday Night RAW (1 episode 2014), Pound Puppies (9 episodes 2012-2013), Mickey Mouse (1 episode 2013), Save Me (1 episode 2013), The Client List (1 episode 2012), The Lorax (2012); as Self: Conan (3 episodes 2012-2015), Entertainment Tonight (5 episodes 2014-2015), 42nd Annual Daytime Emmys (2015), The Late Late Show with James Corden (1 episode 2015), 2015 TV Land Awards (2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2015), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2015), Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Red Carpet Special (2015), Saturday Night Live: 40th Anniversary Special (2015), The Talk (5 episodes 2013-2015), Extra (3 episodes 2014-2015), The 41st Annual People's Choice Awards (2015), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (8 episodes 2012-2015), Fox's Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular (2014), Inside Edition (2 episodes 2014), The Arsenio Hall Show (1 episode 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Pioneers of Television (2 episodes 2013-2014), Larry King Now (3 episodes 2012-2014), Steve Harvey (1 episode 2014), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (8 episodes 2012-2014), Betty White Goes Wild (2013), Big Cat Week (1 episode 2013), 2013 Hero Dog Awards (2013), TV's Funniest of the Funniest: A Paley Center for Media Special (2013), Letters to Jackie: Remembering President Kennedy (2013), Good Day L.A. (1 episode 2013), Katie (1 episode 2013), Inside Comedy (1 episode 2013), The Doctors (1 episode 2013), Betty White's 2nd Annual 90th Birthday (2013), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2013), Today (1 episode 2013), 2012 Hero Dog Awards (2012), Home & Family (1 episode 2012), Marie (1 episode 2012), The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards (2012), On the Spot Interviews (1 episode 2012), Late Show with David Letterman (1 episode 2012), Piers Morgan Tonight (1 episode 2012), 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2012), Betty White's 90th Birthday: A Tribute to America's Golden Girl (2012), Corazón de... (1 episode 2012), The 38th Annual People's Choice Awards (2012).
Patti Deutsch: in Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 (1 episode 2013).
Jimmie Walker: in Sweet Lorraine (2015), Mr. Box Office (1 episode 2012), What Goes Around Comes Around (2012); as Self: Late Show with David Letterman (3 episodes 2012-2015), Extra (1 episode 2015), Gotham Comedy Live (1 episode 2014), The Arsenio Hall Show (1 episode 2014), Life After (1 episode 2014), Celebrity Ghost Stories (1 episode 2013), Tavis Smiley (1 episode 2012), The O'Reilly Factor (1 episode 2012), Inside Edition (1 episode 2012), The Wendy Williams Show (1 episode 2012), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2012).
Jack Klugman: died in 2012; as Self: Mama Mae: The Life and Music of Mae Boren Axton (2015), Lucy Moves to NBC: A Remembrance (2012); as Self, post-production: The Needs of Kim Stanley (nd); as Self, filming: Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016).
Adrienne Barbeau: in Divine Access (2015), American Dad! (1 episode 2015), The Memory Book (2014), Criminal Minds (1 episode 2014), Hell's Kitty (1 episode 2013), Sons of Anarchy (1 episode 2013), God of War: Ascension (2013 video game), Revenge (1 episode 2012), Hitman: Absolution (2012 video game), Halo 4 (2012 video game), Argo (2012), Complacent (2012), Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning (2012 video game); Bring Me the Head of Lance Henriksen (nd), ISRA-88 (2015), Killer: Malevolence 3 (2015), In Extremis (2015), Jimmy's Jungle (2015), Tales of Halloween (2015) in post-production; I Do, I Do (2015), Love Bites (2016; also Writer) in pre-production; as Self: Criminal Minds: Season 9 - Eyes Only (2014), The Barn Theatre: Tomorrow's Stars Today (2014), Tales from the Swamp with Adrienne Barbeau (2013), Celebrity Ghost Stories (1 episode 2012).
Debralee Scott: died in 2005.
Bart Braverman: in Jane the Virgin (1 episode 2014), Reading Writing & Romance (2013), The Mentalist (1 episode 2013), Castle (1 episode 2012), Dexter (1 episode 2012); Aguruphobia (2013) in post-production.
Richard Gautier: last known acting role in 2010.
Jo Ann Pflug: last known acting role in 1997.
Elaine Joyce: last known acting role in 1996.
Loretta Swit: last known acting role in 1998; as Self: Never the Same: The Prisoner-of-War Experience (2013).
Nipsey Russell: died in 2005.
Della Reese: in Signed, Sealed, Delivered (2 episodes 2013), Miracle at Gate 213 (2013), Dear Secret Santa (2013), Meant to Be (2012), Christmas Angel (2012), Me Again (2012); as Self: Unsung Hollywood (1 episode 2015), The Scroll: Transformation (2014), Unsung (1 episode 2013), What Is New Thought? (2013), Celebrity Ghost Stories (1 episode 2012), Celebration of Gospel (2012).
Ann Elder: last known acting role in 1972, as Writer in 1998, Producer in 1982, as Self in 1975.
Richard Deacon: died in 1984.
Bill Anderson: last known acting role in 1988; as Self: For the Love of Music: The Story of Nashville (2013); as Self, completed: Country: Portraits of an American Sound (2015).
Marcia Wallace: died in 2013; in Muffin Top: A Love Story (2014), The Simpsons (14 episodes 2012-2014), Monsters University (2013), Stand Up to Cancer (2012).
Bobby Van: died in 1980.
Arte Johnson: last known acting role in 2005, as Self in 2006.
Orson Bean: in Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman with Jane Seymour (2014), Mistress (1 episode 2014), A Golden Christmas 3 (2012), Desperate Housewives (5 episodes 2012); as Self: Hating Breitbart (2012), Desperate Housewives: I Guess This Is Goodbye (2012).
Mitzi McCall: in Tales from the Toilet (2015); as Self: The Insider (1 episode 2014).
Sarah Kennedy: last known acting role in 1981.
Gloria DeHaven: last known acting role in 2000, as Self in 2004.
Buck Owens: died in 2006.
Scoey Mitchell: last known acting role in 1988 (also Writer), as Director in 1990, as Producer in 1989.
Joey Bishop: died in 2007.
Robert Walden: in Surviving in L.A. (2016), Happily Divorced (24 episodes 2012-2013); as Self: Our Hearts Home: Lyndon and Lady Bird's Texas White House (2014).

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Batman 1980s-1990s Movie Series Actors Where are They Now 4: Batman & Robin (1997)



This is the fourth in a series of four posts covering the 1980s-1990s Batman Movie run. Info derived from imdb. Only credited actors noted. Only roles 2012-on noted.

Arnold Schwarzenegger (Mr. Freeze): in Maggie (2015; also Producer), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2015, 1 2014 as Self), The Expendables 3 (2014), Sabotage (2014), Escape Plan (2013), The Last Stand (2013), The Expendables 2 (2012); Terminator Genisys (2015) in post-production; Triplets (nd), The Legend of Conan (nd) announced; as Executive Producer: Years of Living Dangerously (9 episodes 2014, 1 as Self), as Self: Arnold Schwarzenegger's Guide to Blowing Sh*T Up (2015), Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2015), The Late Late Show with James Corden (1 episode 2015), Extra (2 episodes 2014-2015), WrestleMania (2015), WWE Hall of Fame (2015), WWE NXT (1 episode 2015), Formula 1: BBC Sport (1 episode 2015), Radical Body Transformation (2 episodes 2015), The 50th Annual Mr Olympia (2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014), Howard Stern Birthday Bash (2014), Cinema 3 (1 episode 2014), Sit Down with the Stars (1 episode 2014), Boardwalk Hempire: The Rise and Fall of the Medical Kush Beach Club (2014), Made in Hollywood (2 episodes 2012-2014), Deutschland sucht den Superstar (1 episode 2014), Reel Junkie (1 episode 2014), Live! With Kelly and Michael (2 episodes 2013-2014), WWE Monday Night RAW (1 episode 2014), Das Energie-Experiment Güssing (2013), Generation Iron (2013), Framelines (1 episode 2013), Piers Morgan Tonight (2 episodes 2012-2013), Smap×Smap (1 episode 2013), Pânico na TV (1 episode 2013), WWE Hall of Fame 2013 (2013), Milius (2013), Daybreak (1 episode 2013), Breakfast (1 episode 2013), Big Morning Buzz Live (1 episode 2013), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2013), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2013), Up Close with Carrie Keagan (1 episode 2013), 70th Golden Globe Awards (2013), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (2 episodes 2012-2013), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2012), George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (1 episode 2012), The Daily Show (1 episode 2012), Good Morning America (1 episode 2012), 60 Minutes (1 episode 2012), 30 for 30 Shorts (1 episode 2012), Craptastic! (2012).
George Clooney (Batman): in Tomorrowland (2015), Text Santa 2014 (2014), Text Santa (1 episode 2014), The Monuments Men (2014; also Producer/Director/Screenplay), Gravity (2013; also Script Collaborator), 8 (2012); Hail, Caesar! (2016) in post-production; Money Monster (2015; also Producer) filming; as Producer: August: Osage County (2013), Argo (2012); as Producer, post-production: Our Brand Is Crisis (nd); as Self: CBS This Morning (1 episode 2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (3 episodes 2012-2015), Extra (3 episodes 2014-2015), Entertainment Tonight (7 episodes 2014-2015), Late Show with David Letterman (2 episodes 2014-2015), Good Morning America (4 episodes 2012-2015), The Insider (2 episodes 2014-2015), Inside Edition (1 episode 2015), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2015), 72nd Golden Globe Awards (2015), In the Tracks of Alexandre Desplat (2014), The Film that Changed the World (2014), E! News (3 episodes 2014), Howard Stern Birthday Bash (2014), Tosh 0 (1 episode 2014), And the Oscar Goes To... (2014), Días de cine (1 episode 2014), Reel Junkie (1 episode 2014), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2014), The Charlie Rose Show (2 episodes 2012-2014), Live! with Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), The Daily Show (1 episode 2014), Unscripted (1 episode 2014), Weekend Ticket (1 episode 2014), The Hollywood Reporter Roundtables (1 episode 2013), Secrets of the Dead (1 episode 2013), The Hollywood Fast Lane (1 episode 2013), Big Morning Buzz Live 91 episode 2013), , The Oscars Red Carpet Live (2013), The Oscars (2013), The EE British Academy Film Awards (2013), 70th Golden Globe Awards (2013), 18th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards (2013), George Clooney's Irish Roots (2012), Radioman (2012), Fareed Zakaria GPS (1 episode 2012), Fox News Sunday (1 episode 2012), Meet the Press (1 episode 2012), La noche de los Oscar (2012), The 84th Annual Academy Awards (2012), The Orange British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet (2012), Entertainers with Byron Allen (1 episiode 2012). Movie Talk with Peter Bart (2 episodes 2012), ES.TV HD (1 episode 2012), Inside the Actors Studio (1 episode 2012), 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2012), The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2012), Critics' Choice Movie Awards Red Carpet (2012), 17th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards (2012); Untitled Sofia Coppola/Christmas Special (2015) in pre-production.
Chris O'Donnell (Robin): in NCIS: Los Angeles (144 episodes 2009-2015, 2 2013-2014 as Director), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2014), Hawaii Five-0 (1 episode 2012), The Tournament Challenge Challenged (2012); as Self: The Insider (2 episodes 2014), Entertainment Tonight (4 episodes 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Extra (1 episode 2014), The Talk (2 episodes 2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Crafting Afghanistan (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Happy 100th (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - The Write Staff (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Unexpected Developments (2014), The View (1 episode 2014), WWE Monday Night RAW (1 episode 2014), Conan (1 episode 2013), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2 episodes 2013-2014), 71st Golden Globe Awards (2014), The 40th Annual People's Choice Awards (2014), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (1 episode 2013), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 4 - Some Assembly Required (2013), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 4 - Sound Off (2013), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 4 - Chris at the Helm (2013), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 4 - Un4Gettable: Season Four of NCIS: Los Angeles (2013), Who Do You Think You Are? (1 episode 2013), Better (1 episode 2013), CBS News Sunday Morning (1 episode 2013), Late Show with David Letterman (1 episode 2013), The 39th Annual People's Choice Awards (2013), 2012 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Surf and Turf (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Aligning the Stars (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Carmageddon (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Investigating Season 3 (2012), The Heart of the Matter (2012), Janela Indiscreta (1 episode 2012).
Uma Thurman (Poison Ivy): in The Slap (8 episodes 2015), American Dad! (1 episode 2014), Jump! (2014), The Mundane Goddess (2014), The Gift (2014), Nymphomaniac: Vol. II (2013), Nymphomaniac: Vol. I (2013), Movie 43 (2013), Playing for Keeps (2012), Smash (5 episodes 2012), Bel Ami (2012); Adam Jones (2015) in post-production; Eloise in Paris (nd), The 11th (2016), The Brits Are Coming (2016) in pre-production; Girl Soldier (nd; also Producer), Anita (nd) announced; as Self: Extra (1 episode 2015), Today (1 episode 2015), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2015), 24th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards (2014), Skavlan (1 episode 2014), Watch What Happens: Live (1 episode 2014), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (1 episode 2014), Inside Edition (1 episode 2014), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2014), The EE British Academy Film Awards (2014), 71st Golden Globe Awards (2014), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2013), Close Up (1 episode 2012), Love, Marilyn (2012).
Alicia Silverstone (Batgirl): in Jungle Shuffle (2014), Angels in Stardust (2014), HR (2014), Gods Behaving Badly (2013), Ass Backwards (2013), Vamps (2012), Suburgatory (4 episodes 2012); Who Gets the Dog? (nd) in post-production; as Self: The Dr. Oz Show (1 episode 2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), Good Morning America (1 episode 2014), Wonderview (1 episode 2014), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2013), American Music Awards 2013 (2013), Watch What Happens: Live (1 episode 2012).
Michael Gough (Alfred Pennyworth): died in 2011.
Pat Hingle (Commissioner James Gordon): died in 2009.
John Glover (John Glover): in The Good Wife (3 episodes 2012-2015), Agent Carter (1 episode 2015), Sanitarium (2014), Reality (2014), Perception (1 episode 2014), The Blacklist (1 episode 2014), Sweet Talk (2013), Sanitarium (2013), TRON Uprising (3 episodes 2012); Meteor Night (2012) completed; We Go On (2015), You Bury Your Own (2015) in post-production; as Self: The Broadway.com Show (1 episode 2013).
Elle Macpherson (Julie Madison): last known acting role in 2009; as Producer: Fashion Star (unknown episodes 2012, 10 as Self); as Self: The Meredith Vieira Show (1 episode 2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2015), Good Morning America (1 episode 2014), Lorraine (1 episode 2014), Britain's Next Top Model (13 episodes 2012), This Morning (1 episode 2012), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2012), Howard Stern on Demand (1 episode 2012), National Television Awards (2012), The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2012).
Vivica A. Fox (Ms. B. Haven): in 6 Ways to Sundown (2015), Terms & Conditions (2015), Chocolate City (2015), Cool Cat Saves the Kids (2015), Mercenaries (2014), Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014), Looking for Mr. Right (2014), Q (2014), Whatever She Wants (2014), Mr. Box Office (24 episodes 2012-2013), A Christmas Wedding (2013), So This Is Christmas (2013), The Power of Love (2013), It's Not You, It's Me (2013), Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright (2013), Cool Cat Finds a Gun (2013), Queen City (2013), Home Run (2013), Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (7 episodes 2012-2013). Line of Duty (2013), Doctor Bello (2013), The Pastor and Mrs. Jones (2013), Caught on Tape (2013), Greencard Warriors (2013), Big Rich Texas (2 episodes 2013), In the Hive (2012), Hitman: Absolution (2012 video game), Belle's (1 episode c2012), Femme Fatales (1 episode 2012), Black November (2012), Raising Hope (1 episode 2012), The Marriage Chronicles (2012), Cool Cat Stops Bullying (2012), Solid State (2012); Golden Shoes (2015) completed; Dead End (2015), Carter High (2015), Gibby (2015), 4Got10 (2016) in post-production; Blaq Gold (2015; also Executive Producer) filming; I Do, I Do (2015), Independence Day Sequel (2016) in pre-production; as Self: The View (1 episode 2015), The Meredith Vieira Show (4 episodes 2014-2015), Fashion News Live (3 episodes 2013), Unsung Hollywood (2 episodes 2014-2015), The Real (1 episode 2015), The Apprentice (8 episodes 2015), The Wendy Williams Show (2 episodes 2012-2015), Celebrity Name Game (9 episodes 2014-2015), On Your Marc! (1 episode 2015), Extra (1 episode 2015), The Insider (1 episode 2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2014), Hollywood Today Live (1 episode 2014), 2013 Soul Train Awards (2013), The Eric Andre Show (1 episode 2013), Bethenny (1 episode 2013), The Arsenio Hall Show (1 episode 2013), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2013), Home & Family (1 episode 2013), Anderson (2 episodes 2013), Whitney Houston Legend (2013), In the Company of Friends (2013), Burning Hope: The Making of Hitman Absolution (2012), Prank My Mom (12 episodes 2012), The Jeff Probst Show (1 episode 2012), The Chew (1 episode 2012), Don't Sleep! Hosted by T. J. Holmes (1 episode 2012), Hollywood Uncensored with Sam Rubin (1 episode 2012), Jerseylicious (1 episode 2012), The 26th Annual Genesis Awards (2012), Face Off (1 episode 2012), NFL Alumni Player of the Year Awards (2012), Unsung (1 episode 2012); as Self, post-production: Boulevard Warriors (2013).
Vendela Kirsebom Thomessen (Nora Fries): last known acting role in 1998; as Self: Fångarna på fortet (1 episode 2014).
Elizabeth Sanders (Gossip Gerty): no known subsequent acting roles; as Artwork+Photo Source/Self in 2005.
Jeep Swenson (Bane): died in 1997.
John Fink (Aztec Museum Guard): last known acting role in 2007.
Michael Reid MacKay (Bane): last known acting role in 2005 but Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015) completed, as Self in 2007.
Eric Lloyd (Young Bruce Wayne): in True Perfection (unknown episodes 2012); as Self: Greatest Ever Christmas Movies (2013).
Jon Simmons (Young Alfred Pennyworth): last known acting role in 2002.
Christian Boeving (Snowy Cones Thug #1): in Scarlet Samurai: Incarnation (2013), Legend of the Red Reaper (2013), Zombie Massacre (2013); Vampire Soul: Hidden in Plain Sight (2015; also Stunt Coordinator/Fight Choreographer/Producer) in pre-production; as Original Idea, pre-production: re.Evolution (2015).
Stogie Kenyatta (Snowy Cones Thug #2): last known acting role in 2011; as Self: Actors Entertainment (1 episode 2014), Reach Around Radio (1 episode 2012).
Andy LaCombe (Snowy Cones Thug #3): no other known acting roles.
Joe Sabatino (Frosty): in Lab Rats (1 episode 2015), Castle (1 episode 2015), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1 episode 2014), Last Supper (2014), Devious Maids (1 episode 2014), Veep (1 episode 2014), Bermuda Tentacles (2014), Being Mary Jane (1 episode 2014), Vegas (7 episodes 2012), Femme Fatales (1 episode, 2012), The Darkness II (2012 video game); Domain (2016) in post-production; as Co-Executive Producer: Necessary Roughness (26 episodes 2012-2013; 1 2013 as Supervising Producer, 1 2013 as Teleplay, 1 2013 as Story); as Self: Actors Reporter Interviews (5 episodes 2012-2014), Actors Entertainment (2 episodes 2012-2014).
Michael Paul Chan (Observatory Scientist): in Major Crimes (48 episodes 2012-2015), The Closer (6 episodes 2012), The Happiest Person in America (2012; also Associate Producer); as Self: Major Crimes: Crossing the Tape - Inside the Major Crimes Squad (2013), The Closer Series Finale: Red Carpet (2012).
Kimberly Scott (Observatory Associate): last known acting role in 2010.
Jay Luchs (Observatory Reporter): in Battle of the Year (2013).
Roger Nehls (Observatory Reporter): last known acting role in 2002, as Writer in 2005.
Anthony E. Cantrell (Observatory Press): no other known acting roles.
Alex Daniels (Observatory Guard): in Agent Carter (1 episode 2015; also Stunt Performer), Matador (1 episode 2014, 3 as Stunt Performer), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1 episode 2014, 2 2013 as Stunt Driver), The Mentalist (1 episode 2013, 12 2013-2014 as Stunt Performer), The Client List (1 episode 2013); Crawlspace (2015; also Stunt Coordinator) completed; Game of Silence (2015; also Stunt Performer) in pre-production; as Stunts, various: The Comedians (unknown episodes 2015), Red Nose Day (2015), Jessie (1 episode 2015), Danny Collins (2015), The Wedding Ringer (2015), Stalker (1 episode 2014), Jane the Virgin (1 episode 2014), P.L.U.G. (2014), How to Get Away with Murder (1 episode 2014), Lab Rats (1 episode 2014), Annabelle (2014), Lucky Stiff (2014), Bad Teacher (1 episode 2014), Godzilla (2014), Moms' Night Out (2014), Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2014 (2014), Bosch (1 episode 2014), Hart of Dixie (1 episode 2014), At the Maple Grove (2014), Dhoom: 3 (2013), Tosh.0 (16 episodes 2012-2013), Mike & Molly (1 episode 2013), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), August: Osage County (2013), The Young and the Restless (2 episodes 2013), The Hero (8 episodes 2013), True Blood (2 episodes 2013), Big Time Rush (1 episode 2013), Monday Mornings (1 episode 2013), Dead Man Down (2013), The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013), Nathan for You (2 episodes 2013), Castle (1 episode 2013), Gangster Squad (2013), Crawlspace (2013), Anatomy of Violence (2013), Last Resort (1 episode 2012), Revolution (1 episode 2012), Sons of Anarchy (1 episode 2012), The Odd Life of Timothy Green (2012), The Dictator (2012; also Second Unit Director), Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2012 (2012), Monday Morning (2012), Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012); as Stunt Performer, completed: Aloha (2015); as Stunts, various, post-production: Killing Hasselhoff (2015), Havenhurst (2015), Bolden! (2015), Point Break (2015), Dirty Grandpa (2016); as Additional Stunt Coordinator, filming: Grimsby (2016); as Consulting Producer: America's Got Talent (1 episode 2015).
Peter Navy Tuiasosopo (Observatory Guard): in Mob City (1 episode 2013), New Girl (2 episodes 2012-2013), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (1 episode 2013), Fun Size (2012) .
Harry Van Gorkum (M.C.): in Austin & Ally (2 episodes 2014-2015), Hot in Cleveland (1 episode 2014), The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (2013), Happily Divorced (4 episodes 2013), Bones (1 episode 2013); as Self: Home & Family (1 episode 2013).
Sandra Taylor (Debutante): in When the Game Stands Tall (2014), The Wedding Pact (2014), Paranormal Movie (2013).
Elizabeth Guber (Debutante): last known acting role in 2000, as Self in 2000.
Jack Betts (Party Guest): in About Last Night (2014); JOB's Daughter (2015) completed; Silver Skies (2014), To Dust Return (2015), The Secret of Joy (2015) in post-production; Loosen the Knot (2015) in pre-production.
Marc Glimcher (Party Guest): no known subsequent acting roles, as Art Consultant in 2006.
Mark Leahy (Party Guest): last known acting role in 2000.
Jim McMullan (Party Guest): last known acting role in 2000, as Self in 2003.
Patrick Leahy (Senator Patrick Leahy): in The Dark Knight Rises (2012); as Self: Vermont's Own Legacy: 60 Years of WCAX (2014) , Ronan Farrow Daily (1 episode 2014), Fox News Sunday (1 episode 2014), John Glenn: A Life of Service (2013), Meet the Press (2 episodes 2012-2013), Senate Session (2013), Advise & Dissent (2012); as Self, filming: Lost in America (2015).
Jesse Ventura (Arkham Asylum Guard): in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1 episode 2014), The Drunk (2014); as Producer: Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura (7 episodes 2012, 6 as Self); as Self: Shock the World (2015), The Anatomy of a Great Deception (2014), Off the Grid with Jesse Ventura (57 episodes 2014), The Playboy Morning Show (1 episode 2014), The View (1 episode 2013), Crossfire (1 episode 2013), Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (1 episode 2013), Piers Morgan Tonight (7 episodes 2012-2013), Larry King Now (1 episode 2012).
Ralf Moeller (Arkham Asylum Guard): in Love, Hate & Security (2014), Sabotage (2014), Slave (2012), Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei (1 episode 2012); Beyond the Game (2015) in post-production; Gleichschaltung (2016) in pre-production; as Executive Producer: Phoenix (2014); as Self: Klein gegen Groß - Das unglaubliche Duell (1 episode 2015), 5 gegen Jauch (1 episode 2014), Inka! (1 episode 2013), Tim Sander Goes to Hollywood (2012), Tales of an Ancient Empire: Behind the Scenes (2012).
Doug Hutchison (Golum): in Alien's Sister (2014); Run For Roxanne (2015) in pre-production; Bogie and Bacall (2016) in production; as Self: Couples Therapy (12 episodes 2012-2014), Big Brother's Bit on the Side (3 episodes 2013), Celebrity Big Brother (3 episodes 2013), Access Hollywood Live (1 episode 2012), The Morning Show (1 episode 2012), The Donny Clay Show with Courtney Stodden (2012).
Tobias Jelinek (Motorcycle Gang Member): in The Mindy Project (2 episodes 2015), The Trail's End (2014), The Possession of Michael King (2014), Shameless (2 episodes 2013-2014), The Young and the Restless (2 episodes 2014), Jack's Jacuze (unknown episodes 2014; also Associate Producer), The Golden Scallop (2013), Southland (2 episodes 2013), The Ballad of Frank and Cora (2013), A Killer of Men (2013), Mädchen (2012), The Last Straw (2012); Fire City: The Interpreter of Signs (2015) completed.
Greg Lauren (Motorcycle Gang Member): last known acting role in 2010 video game, 2009 non-video game.
Dean Cochran (Motorcycle Gang Member): last known acting role in 2011; as Post-Production Supervisor: Unfinished Business (2015), True Story (2015); as Director, pre-production: End of the Night (2015).
Coolio (Banker): in Hustler Vegas (unknown episodes 2015), Black Jesus (1 episode 2014), Alternative Press Music Award Show (2014), Sleepless with Coolio (unknown episodes 2013), Two Hundred Thousand Dirty (2012), Gravity Falls (1 episode 2012), Inertia (2012); as Self: Chopped (1 episode 2014), Hollywood Me! (1 episode 2013), Insane Clown Posse Theater (1 episode 2013), Celebrity Wife Swap (1 episode 2013), The Nation's Favourite Number 1 Single (1 episode 2012), Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off (6 episodes 2012).
Nicky Katt (Spike): in Behind the Candelabra (2013); as Self: 21 Years: Richard Linklater (2014).
Lucas Berman (Tough Boy Biker): no other known acting roles.
Uzi Gal (Cop #1): last known acting role in 2001, as Stunts in 2002.
Howard Velasco (Cop #2): no other known acting roles; as Supervisor of Security in 2003.
Bruce Roberts (Handsome Cop): last known acting role in 2002.
John Ingle (Doctor): died in 2012; in General Hospital (11 episodes 2012).
Azikiwee Anderson (Ice Thug): no other known acting roles; as Self in 2003.
Michael Bernardo (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2005.
Steve Blalock (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2009, a Stunts in 2010; as Stand In/Double: Bordertown (nd) filming.
Steve Boyles (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2007; as Stunt Double: Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses (2014); as Stunts: InAPPropriate Comedy (2013).
David Cardoza (Ice Thug): no known subsequent acting roles.
Christopher Caso (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2002, as Stunts in 2003.
Mark Chadwick (Ice Thug): in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (1 episode 2014), Grey's Anatomy (1 episode 2013), Justified (1 episode 2012); as Stunts, various: X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), Faults (2014), HUVr - BELIEF (2014), Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (2014), Iron Man 3 (2013), Gangster Squad (2013), Seven Psychopaths (2012), The Master (2012), Fire with Fire (2012), Workaholics (1 episode 2012), Project X (2012); as Stunts, completed: Jane Got a Gun (2015).
Danny Costa (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2007.
Simon Kim (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2004, as Key Grip in 2009.
Todd Grossman (Ice Thug): no other known acting roles; as Director: Ken Box's Crazy Cart Gymkhana Two: The Ultimate Ken Box Sequel (2014; also Editor/Cinematographer/Writer), Ken Box: Crazy Cart Gymkhana (2013; also Producer/Editor/Cinematographer/Writer), Vans US Open of Surfing (unknown episodes 2013), The Arena (10 episodes 2012), Vans Pool Party (unknown episodes 2012), Pit Boss (1 episode 2012; also Supervising Producer); as Line Producer: Additional Photography: Parker (2013); as Cinematographer: Area 51 (2015); as Documentary Filmmaker: The Boy Next Door (2015); as Producer: Pick Up Unit: John Wick (2014).
Jim Hardy (Ice Thug): no known subsequent acting roles, as Stunts in 2003.
Steven Ito (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2000; as Stunt Double: Sons of Anarchy (1 episode 2013), as Stunts: Olympus Has Fallen (2013).
Dennis Keiffer (Ice Thug): in Helio (2015), Transcendence (2014), Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses (2014; also Stunts), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1 episode 2013), NTSF:SD:SUV (1 episode 2013), Iron Man 3 (2013), Project: SERA (4 episodes 2013), Banshee (1 episode 2013), Hawaii Five-0 (1 episode 2013), Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning (2012), The Ropes (1 episode 2012), Project: S.E.R.A. (2012), Wake (2012), Daybreak (2012); The Beautiful Ones (2014), The Accountant (2016; also Stunt Actor) in post-production; as Stunts, various: Furious Seven (2015), Inherent Vice (2014), John Wick (2014), The Equalizer (2014), Gang Related (1 episode 2014), Transcendence (2014), Farmed and Dangerous (1 episode 2014), The After (2014), Britney Spears: Perfume (2013), R.I.P.D. (2013), Man of Steel (2013), Iron Man 3 (2013), Revolution (1 episode 2013), G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013), Gangster Squad (2013), Dexter (1 episode 2012), The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), The Legends of Nethiah (2012), Eagleheart (1 episode 2012), Body of Proof (1 episode 2012); as Stunts, various, post-production: Scouts vs. Zombies (2015), Secret in Their Eyes (2015), Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins (2016).
Stephan Desjardins (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2009.
James Kim (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2007; as Stunts: The Interview (2014); as Production Staff: Kickin' It (5 episodes 2013-2014).
Dennis Lefevre (Ice Thug): no other known acting roles, as Writer in 2002.
Jean-Luc Martin (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2010; as Producer, pre-production: Mad Mex (2016).
Cory M. Miller (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 1999.
Chris C. Mitchell (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2006, as Still Photographer in 2008.
Christopher Nelson (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 1999.
Jim Palmer (Ice Thug): in Agent Carter (1 episode 2015), G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013; also Stunts); The 5th Wave (2016) in post-production; as Stunts, various: Insurgent (2015), The Wedding Ringer (2015), Inherent Vice (2014), John Wick (2014), Transcendence (2014), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), The Lone Ranger (2013), Nebraska (2013), Jack Reacher (2012), South Down Orchard (2012), The Dark Knight Rises (2012), The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), Killing Them Softly (2012), This Means War (2012); as Stunts, post-production: Straight Outta Compton (2015).
Jeff Podgurski (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2010; as Stunts: Into the Storm (2014); as Stunt Driver: Random Stop (2014).
Robert Powell (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2011 but American Dream (nd) in post-production; as Stunt Double: The Equalizer (2014), 2 Guns (2013), Red Dawn (2012); as Stunts: Bones (15 episodes 2013-2014); as Stunt Performer, post-production: Bolden! (2015); as Cinematographer: In Courage (2013), The Last Job (2013); as Producer/Gaffer/Director/Writer/Editor/Sound Editor: NightmareZ (2012).
Chris Sayour (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2004, as Stunts in 2008, as Self in 2006.
Don Sinnar (Ice Thug): no other known acting roles.
Paul Sklar (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2005; as Stunts, various: The After (2014), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), The Dark Knight Rises (2012); as ADR Voice Artist: White House Down (2013).
Takis Triggelis (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 1998, as Stunts in 2001.

Batman 1980s-1990s Movie Series Actors Where are They Now 3: Batman Forever (1995)



This is the third in a series of four posts covering the 1980s-1990s Batman Movie run. Info derived from imdb. Only credited actors noted. Only roles 2012-on noted.

Val Kilmer (Batman): in Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn (2014), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2014), Psych (1 episode 2014), The Spoils of Babylon (4 episodes 2014), Ghost Ghirls (3 episodes 2013), Palo Alto (2013), Planes (2013), Life's Too Short (1 episode 2013), Standing Up (2013), Riddle (2013), Breathless (2012), The Fourth Dimension (2012), 7 Below (2012), Wyatt Earp's Revenge (2012), Deep in the Heart (2012); Weightless (2016) in post-production; Mark Twain and Mary Baker Eddy (nd; also Producer/Director) announced; as Self: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (2 episodes 2013-2014), Conan (1 episode 2013), Larry King Now (1 episode 2013), Tavis Smiley (1 episode 2013), Good Day L.A. (1 episode 2013).
Tommy Lee Jones (Two-Face): in The Homesman (2014; also Director/Screenplay/Executive Producer), The Family (2013), The Fugitive: Thrill of the Chase (2013), Lincoln (2012), Emperor (2012), Hope Springs (2012), Men in Black 3 (2012); Criminal (2016), Mechanic: Resurrection (2016) in post-production; as Self: Film '72 (1 episode 2014), Made in Hollywood (3 episodes 2012-2014), Lion Presents Gokigenyô (1 episode 2013), Mezamashi Doyôbi (1 episode 2013), The Making of 'Rolling Thunder' (2013), Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story (2013), The Journey to Lincoln (2013), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1 episode 2013), The Oscars (2013), Costas at the Movies (1 episode 2013), 70th Golden Globe Awards (2013), Close Up (1 episode 2013), Hope Springs: An Expert's Guide to Everlasting Passion (2012), Cinema 3 (1 episode 2012), Premio Donostia a Tommy Lee Jones (2012), Le grand journal de Canal+ (1 episode 2012), Janela Indiscreta (1 episode 2012), Charlie Rose (1 episode 2012), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2012), Lincoln: An American Journey (2012); as Self, post-production: The League (2016).
Jim Carrey (Riddler): in Dumb and Dumber To (2014), Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013), Kick-Ass 2 (2013), Cold Dead Hand with Jim Carrey (2013; also Composer), The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013), 30 Rock (1 episode 2012); True Crimes (nd), The Bad Batch (2016) in pre-production; as Self: Late Show with David Letterman (3 episodes 2013-2015), Dumb and Dumber To: That's Awesome! The Story of 'Dumb and Dumber To' (2015), Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Red Carpet Special (2015), Saturday Night Live: 40th Anniversary Special (2015), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2014), Janela Indiscreta (1 episode 2014), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (2 episodes 2014), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (2 episodes 2013-2014), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2014), Weekend Ticket (1 episode 2014), Circus Halligalli (1 episode 2014), Today (2 episodes 2014), Saturday Night Live (1 episode 2014), 2014 MTV Video Music Awards (2014), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), The Oscars (2014), Ringo Starr: A Lifetime of Peace and Love (2014), 71st Golden Globe Awards (2014), Hawking (2013), Made in Hollywood (1 episode 2013), Inside Comedy (1 episode 2013), The Hollywood Fast Lane (1 episode 2013), Close Up (2012), Nantucket Film Festival's Comedy Roundtable (2012), The 2012 Comedy Awards (2012), 10th Annual TV Land Awards (2012), FOX 25th Anniversary Special (2012), Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2012 (2012), American Idol (1 episode 2012).
Nicole Kidman (Dr. Chase Meridian): in Queen of the Desert (2015), Strangerland (2015), Paddington (2014), Hello Ladies: The Movie (2014), Before I Go to Sleep (2014), Grace of Monaco (2014), The Railway Man (2013), Stoker (2013), Hemingway & Gellhorn (2012), The Paperboy (2012); The Family Fang (nd; also Producer), Genius (2015), Secret in Their Eyes (2015), Lion (2016) in post-production; Big Little Lies (unknown episodes nd; also Producer), How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2016) in pre-production; as Self: American Idol (1 episode 2015), Janela Indiscreta (1 episode 2015), Extra (2 episodes 2014-2015), Entertainment Tonight (5 episodes 2013-2015), The Oscars (2015), The 57th Annual Grammy Awards (2015), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2015), 4th AACTA Awards (2015), The Insider (2 episodes 2014-2015), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2015), Conan (1 episode 2015), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2015), Today (2 episodes 2014-2015), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2014), Made in Hollywood (2 episodes 2013-2014), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (3 episodes 2013-2014), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (3 episodes 2013-2014), Inside Edition (2 episodes 2014), 2014 CMT Music Awards (2014), Le grand journal de Canal+ (2 episodes 2012-2014), Good Morning America (3 episodes 2012-2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), 2013 CMT Music Awards (2013), The Oscars Red Carpet Live (2013), The Oscars (2013), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1 episode 2013), The 55th Annual Grammy Awards (2013), 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2013), Les Coulisses des Golden Globes (2013), 70th Golden Globe Awards (2013), DP/30: Conversations About Movies (1 episode 2012), In Vogue: The Editor's Eye (2012), Close Up (2012), The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards (2012), Kulturzeit (1 episode 2012), 2011 Samsung AACTA Awards (2012), The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2012).
Chris O'Donnell (Robin): in NCIS: Los Angeles (144 episodes 2009-2015, 2 2013-2014 as Director), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2014), Hawaii Five-0 (1 episode 2012), The Tournament Challenge Challenged (2012); as Self: The Insider (2 episodes 2014), Entertainment Tonight (4 episodes 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Extra (1 episode 2014), The Talk (2 episodes 2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Crafting Afghanistan (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Happy 100th (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - The Write Staff (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Unexpected Developments (2014), The View (1 episode 2014), WWE Monday Night RAW (1 episode 2014), Conan (1 episode 2013), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2 episodes 2013-2014), 71st Golden Globe Awards (2014), The 40th Annual People's Choice Awards (2014), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (1 episode 2013), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 4 - Some Assembly Required (2013), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 4 - Sound Off (2013), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 4 - Chris at the Helm (2013), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 4 - Un4Gettable: Season Four of NCIS: Los Angeles (2013), Who Do You Think You Are? (1 episode 2013), Better (1 episode 2013), CBS News Sunday Morning (1 episode 2013), Late Show with David Letterman (1 episode 2013), The 39th Annual People's Choice Awards (2013), 2012 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Surf and Turf (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Aligning the Stars (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Carmageddon (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Investigating Season 3 (2012), The Heart of the Matter (2012), Janela Indiscreta (1 episode 2012).
Michael Gough (Alfred Pennyworth): died in 2011.
Pat Hingle (Commissioner James Gordon): died in 2009.
Drew Barrymore (Sugar): in Blended (2014), Family Guy (1 episode 2013), Big Miracle (2012); Miss You Already (2015) completed; as Executive Producer: Knife Fight (30 episodes 2013-2014, 1 2013 as Self), Animal (2014), Happy Camp (2014), Tough Love (36 episodes 2009-2013); as Producer, filming: How to Be Single (2016); as Self: Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (4 episodes 2012-2015), Inside Edition (1 episode 2015), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (4 episodes 2014-2015), The Insider (2 episodes 2014-2015), The View (1 episode 2015), Made in Hollywood (1 episode 2014), E! News (4 episodes 2014), The Chew (2 episodes 2013-2014), Chelsea Lately (2 episodes 2012-2014), The Daily Show (1 episode 2014), Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2014), Good Morning America (1 episode 2014), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), MTV Movie Awards Takeover (2014), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2014), 71st Golden Globe Awards (2014), The 40th Annual People's Choice Awards (2014), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (2 episodes 2012-2013), Carson on TCM (1 episode 2013), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2013), Katie (1 episode 2013), Oprah's Next Chapter (1 episode 2013), The Essentials (21 episodes 2012), The Colbert Report (1 episode 2012).
Debi Mazar (Spice): in Younger (24 episodes 2015-2016), She's Funny That Way (2014), Return to Babylon (2013), Lovelace (2013), Happily Divorced (1 episode 2012), Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (2012), Melissa & Joey (1 episode 2012); The Actor (2014), Entourage (2015) completed; as Self: The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (1 episode 2015), Extra Virgin (67 episodes 2011-2015), The Dr. Oz Show (1 episode 2015), Good Morning America (1 episode 2015), The Kitchen (1 episode 2015), Weekend Today (1 episode 2015), The Chew (2 episodes 2014-2015), The Talk (2 episodes 2014), Katie (1 episode 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), The View (1 episode 2014), Sidewalks Entertainment (1 episode 2013), Not My Mama's Meals (1 episode 2013), Watch What Happens: Live (1 episode 2013), Good Day L.A. (1 episode 2013), Big Morning Buzz Live (1 episode 2012), The Wendy Williams Show (1 episode 2012), Unique Eats (1 episodes 2012), The Perfect 3 (1 episode 2012).
Elizabeth Sanders (Gossip Gerty): last known acting role in 1997; as Artwork+Photo Source/Self in 2005.
Rene Auberjonois (Dr. Burton): in Buddy: Tech Detective (2015), The Librarians (1 episode 2013), Ben 10: Omniverse (6 episodes 2012-2014), Masters of Sex (1 episode 2014), Planes, Fire & Rescue (2014), Wander Over Yonder (1 episode 2014), Warehouse 13 (2 episodes 2012-2014), Pound Puppies (49 episodes 2010-2013), Evermore (2013), Ben 10: Omniverse 2 (2013 video game), 1600 Penn (2 episodes 2013), Archer (1 episode 2013), The Good Wife (1 episode 2013), Winx Club: Beyond Believix (1 episode 2012), Hitchcock (2012 uncredited), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (1 episode 2012), BlackBoxTV (1 episode 2012), Gray's Anatomy (2012); This is Happening (2015) completed; The Blood Stripe (2015), Untitled Kelly Reichardt Project (2016) in post-production; as Self: The Captains Close Up (1 episode 2013), Get a Life! (2012).
Joe Grifasi (Bank Guard): in Elementary (1 episode 2014), The American Side (2014), A Midsummer Night's Dream (2014), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1 episode 2013), Othello (2012); No Pay, Nudity (2015) completed; Unreachable by Conventional Means (nd) in post-production.
Philip Moon (Male Newscaster): in True Detective (1 episode 2015), Hawaii Five-0 (1 episode 2015), BioShock Infinite (2013 video game); The Networker (2015) completed; Shanghai Shanghai (unknown episodes 2015) announced.
Jessica Tuck (Female Newscaster): in Scorpion (1 episode 2014), Stalker (1 episode 2014), Scandal (1 episode 2014), True Blood (1 episode 2014), Hart of Dixie (2 episodes 2013-2014), Drop Dead Diva (2 episodes 2014), Twisted (4 episodes 2013-2014), Corporate (2014), Rizzoli & Isles (1 episode 2013), Revenge (2 episodes 2013), Bad Samaritans (1 episode 2013), Switched at Birth (1 episode 2013), Naughty or Nice (2012), Grimm (3 episodes 2012), Model Minority (2012), Breakout Kings (1 episode 2012), Bones (1 episode 2012), One Life to Live (1 episode 2012), Prodigy Bully (2012); Honeyglue (2015) in post-production; The Whispers (1 episode 2015) filming.
Dennis Paladino (Crime Boss Moroni): last known acting role in 2010.
Kimberly Scott (Margaret): last known acting role in 2010.
Michael Paul Chan (Executive): in Major Crimes (48 episodes 2012-2015), The Closer (6 episodes 2012), The Happiest Person in America (2012; also Associate Producer); as Self: Major Crimes: Crossing the Tape - Inside the Major Crimes Squad (2013), The Closer Series Finale: Red Carpet (2012).
Jon Favreau (Assistant): in Chef (2014; also Producer/Director/Writer), The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), Iron Man 3 (2013; also Executive Producer), Identity Thief (2013), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (3 episodes 2012-2013), Spoilers with Kevin Smith (1 episode 2012), People Like Us (2012), John Carter (2012); Term Life (2015) completed; as Executive Producer: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Revolution (16 episodes 2012-2014, 21 2012-2013 as Co-Executive Producer, 1 2012 as Director), About a Boy (2 episodes 2014, 1 as Director), The Avengers (2012); as Executive Producer, filming: The Shannara Chronicles (1 episode 2015); as Director: The Office (1 episode 2013); as Director, filming: The Jungle Book (2016); as Self: Misery Loves Comedy (2015), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2014), BAFTA Britannia Awards Special 2014 (2014), After the Fair: The Legacy of the 1964-65 New York World's Fair (2014), Días de cine (1 episode 2014), Conan (2 episodes 2013-2014), Just Seen It (1 episode 2014), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (1 episode 2014), Tavis Smiley (1 episode 2014), Sidewalks Entertainment (1 episode 2014), The Chew (1 episode 2014), Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe (2014), The Daily Show (1 episode 2013), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2013), Kevin Pollak's Chat Show (1 episode 2013), The Colbert Report (1 episode 2013); as Self, post-production: As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM (2015).
Greg Lauren (Aide): last known acting role in 2010 video game, 2009 non-video game.
Ramsey Ellis (Young Bruce Wayne): last known acting role in 1996.
Michael Scranton (Thomas Wayne): last known acting role in 2005 and then movie before that.
Eileen Seeley (Martha Wayne): last known acting role in 2000.
David U. Hodges (Shooter): last known acting role in 2000.
Jack Betts (Fisherman): in About Last Night (2014); JOB's Daughter (2015) completed; Silver Skies (2014), To Dust Return (2015), The Secret of Joy (2015) in post-production; Loosen the Knot (2015) in pre-production.
Tim Jackson (Municipal Police Guard): only other known acting role in 2002.
Daniel Reichert (Ringmaster): in Major Crimes (1 episode 2013).
Glory Fioramonti (Mom Grayson): last known acting role in 1996 but The GPS Zone (2015) in post-production; as Stunts: Wanderlust (2012).
Larry A. Lee (Dad Grayson): last known acting role in 2011; as Utility Stunts: R.I.P.D. (2013); as Associate Producer: The Barn Theatre: Tomorrow's Stars Today (2014); as Producer, completed: Cawdor (2015); as Line Producer/Producer, pre-production: Zombie Ted (2016).
Bruce Roberts (Handsome Reporter): last known acting role in 2002.
George Wallace (The Mayor): in K.C. Undercover (1 episode 2015), The Soul Man (1 episode 2015), Think Like a Man Too (2014), Shirin in Love (2014), Sullivan & Son (1 episode 2012); Grow House (2015) in post-production; Jerico (2016) filming; as Self: Russell Peters & Friends (2014), Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: Single Shot (3 episodes 2014), Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (1 episode 2014), 2014 NHL Awards (2014), Steve Harvey (1 episode 2014), The View (1 episode 2014), The Arsenio Hall Show (2 episodes 2013-2014), Finding Thin (2014), Dish Nation (1 episode 2014), Big Morning Buzz Live (2 episode 2013), Tavis Smiley (2 episodes 2013), The Business of Comedy (2013), The Talk (1 episode 2013), The Talk (1 episode 2013), The Apprentice (1 episode 2013), Home & Family (1 episode 2013), Centric Comedy All-Stars (2013), Comics Unleashed (1 episode 2013), 2012 Soul Train Awards (2012), Ali 70 from Las Vegas (2012); The Comedy Club (2015) in post-production.
Bob Zmuda (Electronic Store Owner): in Saint Bernard (2013); as Self: Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2014).
Rebecca Budig (Teenage Girl): in General Hospital (12 episodes 2014-2015), Blue Bloods (1 episode 2013), Getaway (2013), Bad Parents (2012); as Self: Amazing Water Homes (3 episodes 2014), Better *3 episodes 2013-2014), Bethenny (1 episode 2013), Moviegoer (2012).
Don 'The Dragon' Wilson (Gang Leader): in The Martial Arts Kid (2015; also Co-Producer), The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015), Liberator (2012); One More Round (2015) completed; White Tiger (2015), Showdown in Manila (2015) in post-production; The Reel Deal (unknown episodes 2014), Devotion (2015) in pre-production; The Masters Legacy (2015) announced; as Self: Underdog Kids (2015), WWE NXT (1 episode 2015), Move of the Day (6 episodes 2012-2013), Actors Reporter Interviews (1 episode 2012), Da Pinche Code (2012), Talent Watch (1 episode 2012); as Self, filming: Martial Arts Mania (2015).
Sydney D. Minckler (Teen Gang Member): no other known acting roles.
Maxine Jones (Girl on Corner #1): last known acting role in 2000 but The Hills (2015; also Music Supervisor) in post-production.
Terry Ellis (Girl on Corner #2): in En Vogue Christmas (2014); last previous known acting role in 2000.
Cindy Herron (Girl on Corner #3): in En Vogue Christmas (2014), The Next Dance (2014), Basketball Wife (1 episode c2012-2014), David E. Talbert Presents: A Fool and His Money (2012).
Dawn Robinson (Girl on Corner #4): last known acting role in 2011; as Visual Effects Artist: Golden Winter (2012); as Self: Life After (1 episode 2013), R&B Divas: Los Angeles (8 episodes 2013).
Gary Kasper (Pilot): in Surviving in L.A. (2016), The Hunted (2015), Death Factory (2014; also Assistant Stunt Coordinator/Stunt Performer), Deal with It (1 episode 2014), Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses (2014; also Stunts), Redemption (2012; also Stunt Coordinator), Bigfoot (2012); The Gift (2012) completed; Dino (2015) filming; Fists of Faith (2014) in pre-production; as Stunts, various: Abbey Grace (2015), Combat Nuns (2015), Blood Shot (2013); as Assistant Stunt Coordinator, post-production: Code of Honor (2015); as Self: Actors Entertainment (1 episode 2013).
Amanda Trees (Paparazzi Reporter): no other known acting roles.
Andrea Fletcher (Reporter): no known subsequent acting roles.
Ria Coyne (Socialite): in Canine Sex Scandal (2012; also Writer/Producer).
Jed Curtis (Chubby Businessman): in Project M (2014), Ice Princess (2012); Killers at Play (2015), Dead Redux (2015) in post-production; One Wandering Thought (2016) in pre-production.
William Mesnik (Bald Guy): in Bobo (2014); last previous known acting role in 2004.
Marga Gómez (Journalist): last known acting role in 2005, as Self in 2011.
Kelly Vaughn (Showgirl): last known acting role in 2010; as Producer: The Apartment (10 episodes 2012).
John Fink (Deputy): last known acting role in 2007.
Noby Arden (Trapeze Act): last known acting role in 2000, as Stunts in 2008, as Acrobat in 2001.
Marlene Bologna Arden (Trapeze Act): last known acting role in 1998.
Danny Castle (Trapeze Act): last known acting role in 2011.
Troy S. Wolfe (Trapeze Act): no other known acting roles.
Christopher Caso (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2002, as Stunts in 2003.
Gary Clayton (Harvey's Thug): no other known acting roles, as Stunts in 2002.
Oscar Dillon (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2009.
Keith Graham (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 1998.
Kevin Grevioux (Harvey's Thug): in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2 episodes 2014), I, Frankenstein (2014; also Graphic Novel/Screen Story/Executive Producer), Within the Dark (2014), Shelf Life (1 episode 2013), Young Justice (9 episodes 2012-2013), NTSF:SD:SUV (1 episode 2012), The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (1 episode 2012); The Prey (2015) in post-production; Animal Crackers (2016) filming; The Crypto-Historians (nd) in pre-production; as Stunts: InAPPropriate Comedy (2013); as Self: Face Off (1 episode 2013), NerdHQ (1 episode 2013).
Mark Hicks (Harvey's Thug): in Banshee (6 episodes 2015), The Originals (1 episode 2015; 6 2013-2014 as Stunt Double), Single Ladies (1 episode 2014), Ride Along (2014; also Stunt Actor/Stunt Double); as Stunts, various: Hap and Leonard (1 episode c2014-2015), Finding Carter (1 episode 2014), The Red Road (2 episodes 2014), Single Ladies (2 episodes 2014), Revolution (2 episodes 2013), The Ultimate Life (2013), Extraction (2013), The Vampire Diaries (1 episode 2013), CSI: NY (2 episodes 2013), Ironside (1 episode 2013), The Mentalist (1 episode 2012), One in the Chamber (2012), Bad Ass (2012); as Stunt Double, completed: San Andreas (2015); as Stunt Performer, post-production: Cell (2015), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015); as Stunts, post-production: Bolden! (2015).
Corey Jordan (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2001 (also Camera Operator), as Director in 2005.
Randy Lamb (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2000, as Stunts in 2010; as Self: MythBusters (1 episode 2012).
Maurice Lamont (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2010.
Sidney S. Liufau (Harvey's Thug): in My Trip Back to the Dark Side (2014), The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone (2013), The Takeover (2013), Lose Yourself (2012), The Girl from the Naked Eye (2012);  Seers of the Ninth Island (unknown episodes 2014; also Director/Writer/Producer), To Topple an Empire (2015) in post-production; The Glass Circle (2016) in pre-production; as Stunts: Scary Movie 5 (2013).
Brad Martin (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2010; as Stunts, various: Wild Card (2015; also Second Unit Director), Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014; also Second Unit Director), The Expendables 3 (2014), Homefront (2013; also Second Unit Director), Oldboy (2013), After Earth (2013), Parker (2013), Total Recall (2012; also Second Unit Director), Safe (2012), Underworld: Awakening (2012; also Second Unit Director); as Stunt Coordinator, post-production: Hunter's Prayer (2015); as Stunts, post-production: Hail, Caesar! (2016), Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016); as Action Coordinator/Second Unit Director, filming: Zoolander 2 (2016); as Stunt Coordinator, filming: The Great Wall (2016); as Second Unit Director: I, Frankenstein (2014); as Executive Producer: I Have No Hold on You (2012); as Self: The Fight for the Truth: Making Abduction (2012), The Abduction Application (2012), Abduction: The Initiation of an Action Hero (2012).
Deron McBee (Harvey's Thug): in Redemption (2012; also Associate Producer); Abigail's Destiny (unknown episodes nd) in pre-production.
Mario Mugavero (Harvey's Thug): no other known acting roles.
Joey Nelson (Harvey's Thug): no other known acting roles, as Stunts in 1996.
Jim Palmer (Harvey's Thug): in Agent Carter (1 episode 2015), G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013; also Stunts); The 5th Wave (2016) in post-production; as Stunts, various: Insurgent (2015), The Wedding Ringer (2015), Inherent Vice (2014), John Wick (2014), Transcendence (2014), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), The Lone Ranger (2013), Nebraska (2013), Jack Reacher (2012), South Down Orchard (2012), The Dark Knight Rises (2012), The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), Killing Them Softly (2012), This Means War (2012); as Stunts, post-production: Straight Outta Compton (2015).
Robert Powell (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2011 but American Dream (nd) in post-production; as Stunt Double: The Equalizer (2014), 2 Guns (2013), Red Dawn (2012); as Stunts: Bones (15 episodes 2013-2014); as Stunt Performer, post-production: Bolden! (2015); as Cinematographer: In Courage (2013), The Last Job (2013); as Producer/Gaffer/Director/Writer/Editor/Sound Editor: NightmareZ (2012).
Peewee Piemonte (Harvey's Thug): in Getaway (2013; also Stunts); as Stunts, various: Murder in the First (2 episodes 2015), Nashville (13 episodes 2013-2015, 1 2014 as Second Unit Director), Jane the Virgin (13 episode 2014-2015), How to Get Away with Murder (7 episodes 2014-2015), Chevy (2015), Busch (1 episode 2015), State of Affairs (1 episode 2015), The Wedding Ringer (2015), The Newsroom (20 episodes 2012-2014), P.L.U.G. (2014), Stretch (2014), Matador (13 episodes 2014, 5 as Second Unit Director), Welcome to Me (2014), Rizzoli & Isles (1 episode 2014), The Leftovers (1 episode 2014), Think Like a Man Too (2014), Gang Related (unknown episodes 2014), Scandal (1 episode 2014), Person of Interest (10 episodes 2012-2014), The Mentalist (5 episodes 2013-2014), The Blacklist (1 episode 2014), Sons of Anarchy (7 episodes 2012-2013), Tosh.0 (14 episodes 2013), Mom (2 episode 2013), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1 episode 2013), Beneath (2013), Complicity (2013), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), The Goldbergs (1 episode 2013), August: Osage County (2013), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), Southland (20 episodes 2012-2013), Monday Mornings (4 episodes 2013), Dead Man Down (2013), The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013), The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards (2012), Emerald Acres (2012), The Place Beyond the Pines (2012), Go On (1 episode 2012), Royal Pains (1 episodes 2012), The Legends of Nethiah (2012), Eagleheart (1 episode 2012), The Dictator (2012), Zeke and Luther (1 episode 2012), The Finder (1 episode 2012), El Jefe (2012); as Stunt Rigger, completed: Crawlspace (2015); as Stunt Coordinator, post-production: Code Black (unknown episodes 2015), Adam Jones (2015); as Director/Producer: Last Writes (2014).
Peter Radon (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 1997.
François Rodrigue (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 1998.
Joe Sabatino (Harvey's Thug): in Lab Rats (1 episode 2015), Castle (1 episode 2015), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1 episode 2014), Last Supper (2014), Devious Maids (1 episode 2014), Veep (1 episode 2014), Bermuda Tentacles (2014), Being Mary Jane (1 episode 2014), Vegas (7 episodes 2012), Femme Fatales (1 episode, 2012), The Darkness II (2012 video game); Domain (2016) in post-production; as Co-Executive Producer: Necessary Roughness (26 episodes 2012-2013; 1 2013 as Supervising Producer, 1 2013 as Teleplay, 1 2013 as Story); as Self: Actors Reporter Interviews (5 episodes 2012-2014), Actors Entertainment (2 episodes 2012-2014).
Mike Sabatino (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2005, as Self in 2010.
Ofer Samra (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2005 (also Story).
Matt Sigloch (Harvey's Thug): in The Fall Dude (1 episode 2014), Project 12 (2012; also Executive Producer); Heartburn (2013), These Things I Do That Others May Live (2013) completed; Truth (2015) in post-production; Fighting Back (2016) announced; as Military Advisor: State of Affairs (3 episodes 2015), Scandal (2 episodes 2013; 14 2012-2014 as Tactical Advisor), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (106 episodes 2008-2013), Channeling (2013), Bones (1 episode 201, 12 2013-2014 as Stunts, 3 2013 as Stunt Double), Project 12 (2012), Blackout (2 episodes 2012), Touch (1 episode 2012), Top Shot 6 episodes 2012), House (1 episode 2012); as FBI Consultant: Gone Girl (2014); as Police Advisor: Criminal Minds (34 episodes 2009-2013); as Tactical Advisor: Scandal: The Secret Is Out (2013), Seven Psychopaths (2012); as Range Safety Officer: Ultimate Soldier Challenge (6 episodes 2013), Stars Earn Stripes (4 episodes 2012); as Military Advisor, post-production: Truth (2015), Terminator Genisys (2015), Hail, Caesar! (2016); as Military Advisor, announced: Fighting Back (2016); as Stunt Coordinator: Seoul, U.S.A. (2012); as Self, post-production: When Jane & Johnny Come Marching... Homeless (2016).
Mike Smith (Harvey's Thug): last known acting role in 2010; as Stunts, various: Nightcrawler (2014; also Second Unit Director), Need for Speed (2014), Workaholics (1 episode 2014), 21 & Over (2013), Seven Psychopaths (2012), Rites of Passage (2012); as Second Unit Director, filming: Nerve (2016).